Darran Charles from Godsticks tells us about the influence of rage Against The Machine on him and his music.
Human Head is the new industrial pop / hip-hop solo project of poet and storyteller Joshua Jones, Here, Jones tells us why he loves Arab Strap.
Post Louis join us at the barrier for another instalment of Why I Love. Robbie Stern writes of his love of Do Make Say Think.
Alex Rex has just released his 3rd solo album, Andromeda. Here, this maverick songwriter shares his love of one of his biggest influences; The Dirty Three.
Croydon-based sludge pop/alt-rock four piece, Bellevue Days, have so far released two highly-praised EPs. They share their love of Death Cab For Cutie in this latest Why I Love feature.
Fast becoming cult-favourites and respected luminaries of the UK’s underground progressive music scene, Poly Math are making experimental music that pushes boundaries in just about every direction possible.
Sky Valley Mistress are set to release their debut album. Here, they discuss their love of Kyuss.
We take another trip into the time tunnel as John Barlass recollects his trips to Buxton and the Buxton Festivals of 1973 and 1974. Enjoy tales of Party Four cans, negligible use of polythene sheets, a lot of rain, and lots of great music.
InMe are ready to release their new album. In the run up to the album coming out, Gazz Marlow took some time to write about his love of Biffy Clyro.
Mike Ainscoe looks back at his first ever gig – an encounter with thin Lizzy at Manchester Apollo in 1979.
Civil Villains’ drummer, Toby Warren, shares his love of the American hardcore punk band, Every Time I Die in the latest in our Why I Love series.
At The Barrier writer, John, is a devotee of the man and the many guises and talents of Mr Neil James Innes. Please enjoy, not an obituary, but a personal celebration of one of England’s finest performers.
We take a trip through the Time Tunnel to 1974 to hear about a stunning concert bill from our writer, Howard. The Who, Lou Reed, Bad Company, Montrose and Humble Pie no less.
Huw Edwards of KOYO explains why Queens Of The Stone Age loom high in his musical consciousness.
Canadian purveyors of riff centric rock join us to share their love of fellow Canadian’s Alexisonfire.